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Ocean Blue with RIT Dye

RIT Dye is an easily accessible dye that is a lot of fun to work with. You can find RIT at your local craft store and it comes in a variety of colors and premixed into liquids! Today on the blog we are going to be transforming two skeins of DUO 80% Superwash Merino Wool 20% Recycled Nylon into a dreamy seascape using three colors of RIT dye. In this blog, we are using the premixed liquid RIT dyes and we will only be using ...
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/ Duo, Dyeing techniques, Dyers, Knomad bases

Hand Painted Yarn with Food Coloring on Duo

Hand painting yarn is a great way to get really precise color application. Food coloring is a great option to try out hand painting because it is kitchen safe, affordable, and comes in lots of bright colors! Today we are going to be hand painting two skeins of DUO yarn with Wilton gel food coloring. Gel food coloring can be found at your local craft store in the cake section. Liquid food coloring can work as well but usually has fewer color options and the ...
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/ How to dye yarn

Natural Dyes for Wool: Indigo

Indigo is often one of the first natural dyes we have a chance to try. Set up at a fiber festival, a workshop or local art studio, a dye artist prepares the vat and materials ahead of time: all you need to do is dip! Before trying this experiment, this was the only way I had used indigo dye--someone else had set up the vats for me. As I got deeper and deeper into knowledge about natural dyeing, I knew that indigo was something I ...
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/ Natural fibres